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" In a country where there is no titled class, no landed class, no military class, the chief distinction which popular sentiment can lay hold of as raising one set of persons above another is the character of their occupation, the degree of culture it implies,... "
social institutions of the united states - Stran 12
avtor: james bryce - 1891
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Proceedings of the ... Annual Session of the Association ..., Količina 42

Ohio State Bar Association - 1922
...survey of the facts of today as compared with those of the middle of the last century, it is clear that the Bar counts for less as a guiding and restraining power, tempering the credulity or haste of democracy by its attachment to rule or precedent, than it did then." It is true...
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The American Commonwealth: The national government ; The state governments

James Bryce Bryce (Viscount) - 1888
...general survey of the facts of to-day, as compared with those of sixty years ago, it is clear that the Bar counts for less as a guiding and restraining...class, the chief distinction which popular sentiment can lay hold of as raising one set of persons above another is the character of their occupation, the...
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Social Institutions of the United States

James Bryce Bryce (Viscount) - 1891 - 298 strani
...general survey of the facts of to-day, as compared with those of sixty years ago, it is clear that the Bar counts for less as a guiding and restraining...class, the chief distinction which popular sentiment can lay hold of as raising one set of persons above another, is the character of their occupation,...
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The party system. Public opinion. Illustrations and reflections. Social ...

James Bryce Bryce (Viscount) - 1894
...general survey of the facts of to-day, as compared with those of sixty years ago, it is clear that the Bar counts for less as a guiding and restraining...position. In a country where there is no titled class, 110 landed class, no military olass, the chief distinction which popular sentiment can lay hold of...
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Proceedings of the ... Annual Session of the Association ..., Količina 20

Ohio State Bar Association - 1900
...observer of American institutions, Professor James Bryce, says, speaking of the influence of the bar in a country where there is no titled class, no landed...class: " The chief distinction which popular sentiment can lay hold of as raising one set of persons above another, is the character of their occupation,...
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Proceedings of the ... Annual Meeting of the Indiana State Bar Association

Indiana State Bar Association (1916- ) - 1902
..."taking general survey of the facts of to-day as compared with those sixty years ago, it is clear that the bar counts for less as a guiding and restraining...attachment to rule and precedent, than it did then." If there is ground for such statement, may it not be largely the result of the failure of the bench...
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Business--a Profession

Louis Dembitz Brandeis - 1914 - 327 strani
...general survey of the facts of to-day, as compared with the facts of sixty years ago, it is clear that the Bar counts for less as a guiding and restraining...its attachment to rule and precedent, than it did." And in reviewing American conditions after his recent visit Mr. Bryce said: "Lawyers are now to a greater...
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Business--a profession

Louis Dembitz Brandeis - 1914 - 327 strani
...general survey of the facts of to-day, as compared with the facts of sixty years ago, it is clear that the Bar counts for less as a guiding and restraining...crudity or haste of democracy by its attachment to ride and precedent, than it did." And in reviewing American conditions after his recent visit Mr. Bryce...
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The Young Man and the Law

Simeon Eben Baldwin - 1919 - 160 strani
...publication of Democracy in America, as Lord Bryce has remarked, reduced the weight of the American bar " as a guiding and restraining power, tempering the...democracy by its attachment to rule and precedent." 1 Lawyers have also receded, relatively, in social position. There are no longer but three professions...
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Occasional Papers and Addresses of an American Lawyer

Henry Waters Taft - 1920 - 331 strani
...a general survey of the facts of to-day as compared with those of sixty years ago, it is clear that the bar counts for less as a guiding and restraining...attachment to rule and precedent than it did then." With the more general diffusion of opportunities for education and the increase of professional and...
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